Cats, dogs and rats - can you rehome these Martlesham RSPCA animals?

Could you possibly adopt one of these cute animals?

Could you possibly adopt one of these cute animals? - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?

Have you got room in your home for Buster?

Have you got room in your home for Buster? - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

First up on our list is Buster, an eight-years-old American Bull Dog Cross, a sensitive chap that once he gets to know you, is playful and enjoys the company of others.

Buster could live in a home with a calm, female, similar sized dog and will need a little time at first to gain your trust.

He is a well-mannered gentleman and knows his basic commands, could you give him a new home?

This handsome fella can't wait to get a fresh start on life

This handsome fella can't wait to get a fresh start on life - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

Next up is Reggie, the one-year-old Rottweiler, a handsome fella looking for a home with people that have experience with larger breeds.

A physically strong owner is a must as this chap can pull on his lead, he would benefit from further training and socialising in his new home.

Reggie may be able to live with a calm female dog of similar size, do you have space in your home for this big boy?

Could you give Hank a new home?

Could you give Hank a new home? - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

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How about adopting Hank. He didn’t have the best start coming into the centre as he was found stuck in brambles but is eager to turn his luck around.

He is a big softie who loves nothing more than company from human companions and to give endless amounts of cuddles.

Hank is FIV positive so he must be kept as an indoor cat and staff members at the centre are more than happy to give more information on Hank and FIV.

The affectionate Jessie is hoping to get her second chance soon

The affectionate Jessie is hoping to get her second chance soon - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

Donnie is next on our list, a very sweet boy who can be very affectionate once you start to make a fuss of him.

He was found as a stray and unfortunately had a nasty wound to his leg but it is currently still healing up,

Could you find a place in your heart to offer Donnie a loving home?

How about adopting Maggie and Margaret?

How about adopting Maggie and Margaret? - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

How about adopting the five-year-old Jessie, a playful and energetic girlie desperate to find her new home to settle into.

She can have her moments showing a bit of cattitude but this is most likely down to the frustration from being in the cattery.

Do you have space in your home to give Jessie a second chance?

Could you give Donnie a new home?

Could you give Donnie a new home? - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

These next two are Maggie and Margaret, a pair of sweet girls that are also quite sociable.

They would benefit from an owner that has time to spend time socialising them so they can come out of their shells completely.

Last but not least, these two are Egg and Noodle two sable mitt ferrets who love to keep themselves busy running around their enclosure.

Could you give this mischievous pair a new home?

Could you give this mischievous pair a new home? - Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich

They are quite a mischievous pair and there is never a dull moment when these two are around.

They are looking for an owner who has lots of time to continue their socialising.

The RSPCA assures families that all cats, dogs, ferrets and rabbits that are offered for adoption have been vaccinated, micro chipped and neutered.

An adoption fee of £150 for dogs, £60 for cats and £25 for rabbits and ferrets, is charged to help cover the cost of getting the animals ready for their new homes.

If you can help, call the RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich Branch on 0300 999 7321 9am until 4.30pm or contact them via email.

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